A Partial Denture Can Be Used to Temporarily Restore Multiple Missing Teeth

The loss of multiple teeth in one area of your mouth can have serious ramifications on your oral health and quality of life. Beyond simply impairing your ability to efficiently chew food, it can also slur your speech and mar your physical appearance. Your dentist, Dr. , has several different restorative dental applications that can… Read more »

How to Brush and Floss Correctly

You know that brushing and flossing your teeth are both important, but do you know which should come first? Would you be surprised to learn that the order doesn’t really matter? In reality, it’s far more important that you brush and floss properly. As you may know, you should brush twice a day—but did you… Read more »

Facts on Dental Phobias

You probably know that being afraid of the dentist is quite common. Similarly, you probably know that not visiting your dentist can lead to a number of problems—both in your mouth and with your overall health. Fortunately, there are a few things you can try to help with dental phobia. Sadly, if you struggle from… Read more »

Identifying the Source of Tooth Sensitivity Improves Treatment Success

Tooth sensitivity is often described as a pain or a sharp stinging sensation in one or more teeth when you consume hot, cold, sweet or acidic food and beverages. Early symptom relief can sometimes be found by avoiding these foods, or brushing your teeth with a toothpaste formulated for sensitive teeth. Unfortunately, most tooth sensitivity… Read more »

A Cracked Tooth Can Be a Serious Dental Emergency

Did you know the enamel layer on your teeth is the hardest substance found within the human body? That’s pretty cool, right? Well, even though the enamel layer does a great job protecting your teeth, there are some instances in which it can be damaged. One of the most common enamel issues is a cracked… Read more »

The Three Things That Happen When a Dental Cavity is Not Treated

Tooth decay is a serious and dangerous dental issue that needs to be treated right away. So, if you have fallen victim to tooth decay, it’s best to visit your dentist, Dr. , as soon as possible so can treat it with a dental filling. If you don’t get the problem solved right away, you… Read more »

Does Mouthwash Actually Help?

Do you have mouthwash in your bathroom? If so, you aren’t alone—but how often do you use it? More importantly, should you be using mouthwash more regularly than you are? Honestly, there are several benefits to using mouthwash daily, but if you find yourself using mouthwash to counter bad breath, you may be covering a… Read more »

Put a Seal on Your Teeth

Nobody doesn’t like a great smile. We all try to do the best we can to protect our teeth from decay, but some areas can be nearly impossible to clean with regular brushing and flossing. Fortunately, those hard-to-reach areas can be protected easily and effectively with the application of dental sealants. Dental sealant is a… Read more »

The 3 Ways to Care for Your Smile During Baseball Season

Whether you are an infielder, outfielder, catcher, or pitcher, it’s important to take care of your smile while you play the game. The sport of baseball has many traditions and habits that can severely harm your smile if you participate in them; therefore, our team strongly recommends avoiding those traditions and habits at all costs…. Read more »